Research confirms the correlation between racism and Black mental health, suggesting those who witness or become the target of anti-Black racism may experience an adverse affect on their physical and mental health.
Throughout Black Mental Health Week 2022, plan to join us for a series of presentations, hosting Toronto’s foremost experts and to join the conversation regarding the connection between anti-Black racism and mental well-being.
BQYC Photovoice Project
Black Queer Youth Collective (BQYC)
March 7-11, 2022
This year for Black Mental Health Week, the BQYC is raising awareness about the important role Self-care plays in promoting good health and wellbeing.
We are inviting Black Queer and Trans youth (16-29 years) to share their Self-care strategies in a PhotoVoice project.
The project is designed to highlight everyday activities youth do to support their Mental Health.
To register, email: firstname.lastname@example.org